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such as google object to the f.t.c.'s characterization on-line stores as digital danger zones with inadequate oversight. in a written statement sent to the newshour, a google spokesman said from the beginning android has had an industry-leading permission system which informs consumers what data an app can access and requires user approval before installation. additionally, we offer parental controls and best practices for developers to follow. in the weeks ahead the f.t.c. is expected to announce major changes to a 1998 law: the children's on-line privacy protection act. it would impose tougher on-line safeguards for children under 13. more now about these concerns and the industry's approach to them. jessica rich is with the federal trade commission. she's the associate director of its division of financial practices. and morgan reed is executive director of the association for competitive technology, an advocacy group for app developers. jessica rich, it's your agency that came out with the report. what exactly is the problem? there's a lot of hinting that something is wrong but not a lot
, to almost $27 per share. u.s. and british regulators still have to approve the deal. two years ago google offered six billion to buy daily deal website group-on before it went public. group-on's market value is half that tonight and bloomberg reports there's take-over speculation. the stock jumped 23% today. volume more than doubled. some of the buying also could be from traders who sold short the stock to profit as it was falling. four of the top five most actively traded exchange traded products were higher. the lone hold-out was the nasdaq 100 tracking fund, which includes apple. the fund was down 0.06%. and that's tonight's "market focus." tall tom dow growth is one reason tonight's market monitor thinks the economy ll pick up speed next year and so will stocks. mark luschini back with us at janney montgomery scott. the job market we saw today improving in the last month but still slow, do you think it's going to pick up the pace of that improvement next year and why. >> well we do, tom. the fact of the matter is we've been seeing steady spectacular job growth for the better part of 2
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